Curriculum Guideline

Supply Chain Management (Concentration)

Effective Date:
Program Code
CNSCMGT
Discontinued
No
Program
Faculty
Commerce & Business Administration
Department
Business
Credential Type
Concentration
Transcript Title
Supp Chain Mgmt Concentration
Date of First Offering
Start Term
201730
End Term
Not Specified
Institutional Unit
Business
Credits
21.00
Admissions Requirements

There are no separate admission requirements for a concentration, but students must be enrolled in a BBA degree program in order to complete a concentration.

Curriculum Framework

Concentration in Supply Chain Management:

  • This concentration is available for all BBA degree students.
  • Successful completion of at least 21 credits
  • 12 credits upper level coursework required
  • Concentrations are not noted on the credential but will be noted on the transcript
  • Students taking this concentration will have completed the educational requirements for the American Production and Inventory Control Society- Certified in Production and Inventory Management designation (APICS - CPIM) industry credential. For information on additional requirements for the credential, students will want to contact the Douglas College Director of Business Programs or the industry body.

Course Requirements (see note):

Course Number Course Title Credits

Required Courses:

BUSN 3380

Operations Management

3.00

BUSN 3386

Supply Materials Management

3.00

BUSN 3388

Supply Chain Planning

3.00

BUSN 3390

Continuous Improvement

3.00

CBA Electives

Three courses (1000-4000 level) from ACCT, BUSN, CSIS/CISY, CMPT (check with department), COBA, ECON, FINC, HOSP or MARK

9.00

Total Credits

 

21.00

 

Note: Students in a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program will likely have met all pre-requisite requirements upon entering this concentration. On the other hand, non-BBA students will need to take special note of: (a) required pre-requisites to ensure they are able to enrol in the required courses and (b) suggested courses, if listed, to aid in their successful completion of the required courses.